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Liz

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Hi, I do quality monitoring for Independent Photo Supplies and have experience with labs that have used Lucky paper. The Lucky paper currently imported into Australia uses old technology emulsions. Using it in any lab severely degrades the processing performance. Initially it may look OK but print quality declines over time: You need to increase replenishment rates significantly to maintain chemical activity.

David(davidslade.com.au)

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We know they own a share of Lucky but perhaps they will end up contracting all manufacturing to them? When EVERY other company is moving their manufacturing there I can't understand why Kodak would be pulling out (although Kodak's logic has been very questionable in the past!)

Is this the indicator that they are exiting photo paper - after all they have reduced their chemistry manufacturing significantly, and doesn't this come from China too?

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